Personal Injury Attorney
Crystallis Vergara is a personal injury associate with Jezic & Moyse, LLC. Mrs. Vergara is licensed to practice law in Maryland and Washington, D.C. She received her J.D. from Western Michigan Cooley Law School. There, she became a founder and president of Hispanic Organization of Legal Advocates and focused on serving the underprivileged communities.
Prior to joining the firm, Mrs. Vergara worked at a personal injury firm in Maryland where she was known to zealously advocate for her clients and community. She served her community by providing several personal injury workshops to ensure they were aware of their rights. Mrs. Vergara is very passionate for protecting those whom are taken advantage of.
Mrs. Vergara works diligently to make sure clients are fully compensated and particularly wants clients to understand they can seek compensation despite their immigration status. Often in pain and financial distress, clients need accurate information and a resourceful, compassionate advocate. Mrs. Vergara takes great pride in providing both, often resulting in clients who “receive the compensation they once thought would be impossible.”
A passion and dedication for helping others inspired Mrs. Vergara to become a lawyer. She is particularly dedicated to serving as a voice for the under-represented in the area of personal injury law, and focuses her practice on handling accident and premises liability claims.
Determined to clearly explain the law, dispel misconceptions about pursuing claims, and guide her clients painlessly through their cases, Mrs. Vergara is efficient, thorough, and communicative.
Crystallis Vergara is fluent in Spanish and is of Peruvian and Puerto Rican descent.
Bar Association of Montgomery County, Maryland
Maryland State Bar Association
Women’s Bar Association, Maryland
Maryland Hispanic Bar Association
Serves as the treasurer, and active participant of the Judicial Endorsement Committee